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Annette - To me, moving up means making it earlier. In that case, the Wednesday meeting would be moved 2 days earlier to Monday.
To me "moving up" means earlier, "moving back" means later. And if I was conducting the meeting, the notice would include the day to make it crystal clear.
I'm with the majority even though I would just notify people to which day themeetinghas been moved. That way, there will be full attendance.
That was interesting. Were you having a discussion of what "moving up" meant?
great go to work
Never a fan of Wednesday meetings!
That person who answered "friday" may have just been trying to skew the results of the survey.
Good morning Annette. Really? You want me to answer this question at 3 o'clock in the morning? I'm doing good for a cup of coffee right now.
We have no scheduled company meetings. They happen willy nilly. They haven't been regular since I was in charge of them 6 years ago.
OK, I'm having a du-uh moment with this one. What's the point here?
so what's up with that!!!!
Did it. Don't understand why though.
Well, that was fun.
My answer matched yours :-)
Pretty straightfoward, especially for someone out of corporate who had meetings all the time! LOL
I'm #6 and so far we all have the correct understanding of the english language!
The answer is in the question ... so far it appears no one who took the survey missed that little ditty.
So far 3 of 3 all answered the same way!